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Mural, historic building seriously damaged

It's business as usual at Davis Clothing, thanks to a legion of friends who stepped in to help dust and vacuum the interior of the store after a Grand Junction woman rammed her RV through the side of the building.Owner Brad D...

Red carpet fashion right here at home

Paris, Milan, New York . . . you'd hardly think that Cedaredge, Colorado, belonged on the list of cities known worldwide as fashion meccas. But then again, only a handful of people have seen the clothing that Mitchell Gronent...

Paonia hosts three days of merry making

It will take three days to encompass all the holiday activities being planned by the Paonia Chamber of Commerce, Alpine Bank, Bross Hotel and more than a dozen participating businesses and organizations.The festivities begin ...

Thieves break in, steal ATM from grocery store

A brazen break-in and robbery took place at the Cedaredge Food Town store early Saturday morning, Nov. 26.As a result, Cedaredge police are now investigating the break-in, robbery, a vehicle theft and also an arson that concl...

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Funding available for ag energy projects  22 views

The Colorado Department of Agriculture (CDA) and the Colorado Energy Office (CEO) are seeking applicants for agricultural energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. The total amount available for assistance in FY 2017 is $250,000. The funding is available to Colorado agricultural irrigators, dairies, greenhouses, nurseries and cold storage facilities.

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Nina Suzanne's is closing its doors  20 views

After 10 years in business, Nina Suzanne's women's clothing boutique will be closing at the end of the year. Nina Crozier, owner, announced she is semi-retiring and all her inventory will be on sale until Dec. 31.

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Farmers participate in drought planning effort  18 views

Farmers participate in drought planning effort

It's been very dry in Colorado's mountains this fall. It's still early, and the snowpack could catch up to "normal," but when I flew over those mountains on Nov. 15, they were brown. Just the barest dusting of white covered the highest ridges and north-facing slopes.

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